The history of Superman and related villains [Infographic]


I had no idea Superman was originally a villain himself. Wow, my childhood memories have just been shattered.

[via Mashable]

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  1. Seamus McSeamus

    Ashraf, here is a brief article ( that goes into a little more detail about the villainous Superman.

    As for the infographic, overall nice job by the Brits. The name of the 70s writer who changed Clark Kent from a newspaper to a television reporter was actually Denny O’Neil, however, not Danny. In addition to the job change, Superman’s powers were halved by O’Neil as well, allowing for a character that was no longer quite so god-like. O’Neil is probably better know for his then-controversial work as the writer of Green Lantern, and his long tenure as writer on the Batman family of titles.